A school Desktop Computer, DELLLaptop and MacBook were all usedin this process. Initially, all the workwas started at school on the desktopcomputer, then transferred on to myhome laptop via email and USB.When it came to editing thetrailer, again all three were used.
Four different types of cameraswere used. To film for thetrailer, a handheld videocamera was used. To takelocation pictures, the iPhonewas used along with the digitalcamera. The SLR camera wasused to take pictures for themagazine and poster.
A USB was used totransfer work between thedifferent computers. TheUSB cable was used toupload footage andimages.
I used my scanner toscan the typeface ontothe computer to allowediting to take place.
The tripod was usedon multiple occasionswhen filming for thetrailer took place.
Photoshop was the main toolused for editing the poster Adobe Premiere Pro wasand magazine. I edited mytypeface on here. used to edit the footage for the trailer. Adobe Bridge was used to make sure different types of files opened on Adobe Premiere.
The paint tool on Microsoft was used to cut images. This made it easier to edit images on Photoshop as there wasn’t an excess of things to cut.Windows Live MovieMaker was used tomake videos. Thesevideos show myprogression of ideas incertain areas of theproduction.
Power Point Presentation was used tomake presentations. This was a simpleway to get across multiple ideas at once.Microsoft word was used tomake plans and to analyse themagazine covers and posters.
YouTube was used to upload the trailer and other clips.This allows a large audience to view the trailer and give feedback. It is also easily accessible. Vimeo was used to upload the trailer.
Blogger was used to upload allof the work. The layout ofBlogger allowed me tostrategically show the thoughtprocesses of production. Prezi was used for the same reason PPT was. It was just a more interesting way to get my ideas across.